After many years in the windows world, and living happily with sugarsync it's time to find an alternative having moved to Arch full time.
The requirements are as follows:
- Must be free, my needs are pretty modest and even 2GB should be plenty.
- The ability to backup whatever folder I need, not via a centralized dedicated folder.
- Preferably some sort of automatic change detection (as common in sync. programs) so backup is immediate and not based on predefined schedule.
- An available arch package (repos or AUR).
So far I found Wuala and Ubuntu one.
Wuala looks OK but seems to be based on Java, at least partially.
Is the client itself java-based and going to annoy me, or is Java needed just for web-access?
As for Ubuntu one, I couldn't understand if you can backup any folder or is it some sort of Ubuntu-specific feature.
Last edited by adam777 (2012-09-30 08:35:24)
How did I managed to miss it?